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Waste Disposal

Our environmental commitment runs deep with efficient transfer stations, responsibly engineered landfills and landfill gas-to-energy systems that protect nonrenewable resources.

Special Waste

There are unique challenges associated with special waste, and we have the knowledge and experience to handle them all.

FRONTLOAD CONTAINERS    
Commonly referred to as “dumpsters,” frontload containers are the most commonly used waste collection receptacle throughout the United States for non-residential, commercial waste collection. With this service, one or more 2-, 4-, 6- or 8-cubic-yard containers are placed at your place of business in a location that is easily accessible and safe for your cleanup crews and waste-generation areas, as well as our trucks and drivers. Waste must be placed within the container and will be serviced at a minimum of once a week. However, if your waste generation calls for more frequent visits or a larger container, we will do whatever it takes to service your needs.

ROLL OFF CONTAINERS    
For construction sites and other businesses that generate larger waste loads, Advanced Disposal offers roll-off containers in all sizes. These containers range from 20 to 30 and 40 cubic yards and can be placed in almost any safe, sizable location for easy access to the waste. While they are often seen on construction and demolition sites, they can be used for all levels of non-hazardous waste and recycling collection and transportation.

COMPACTORS    

Compactors are fully enclosed containers varying in size from 2 to 40 cubic yards. They utilize a mechanical blade within the container to compact the waste to maximize the amount of materials that can be loaded into the container. These containers must have access to electrical power from which to operate the mechanical blade. Most compactor customers generate high levels of waste or recyclable materials and benefit greatly from the maximization of space available for waste. The upfront cost of a compactor is higher than other types of containers, however savings are gained due to the significantly fewer collections needed over time

 

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